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Baylor Scott & White Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery offers patients with cardiac and thoracic surgery needs a full spectrum of surgical options, even for the most complex cases.

Our goal is to improve the quality of life and longevity for our patients. Located on the campuses of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center - Fort Worth, our team provides comprehensive care for patients from evaluation to diagnosis and treatment. As part of one of the largest heart transplant programs in the nation, patients benefit from our ease of accessibility, experience, quality care and excellent service.



Charles S. Roberts, MD joins BSW Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery in Dallas

dr-jeffrey-wu.jpg ​We are pleased to welcome Dr. Charles S. Roberts to our team.  ​​​Dr. Roberts specializes in cardiac, vascular, and thoracic surgery.  His clinical expertise includes valvular heart disease, coronary artery disease, aortic conditions, carotid and peripheral arterial disease.  In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Roberts will be serving as Medical Director of Cardiovascular Research and Education at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. ​​


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Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 Recent News

4 Heart Transplants In 24 Hours: Baylor’s Record-Setting October Day (D Magazine)

In the 301 days that currently make up the year 2014, Baylor’s Deep Ellum flagship has performed 84 heart transplants. And four of those took place during a 24-hour period earlier this month, the most in the transplant unit’s history. [...]

Baylor Medical Center Dallas Performed Record Breaking 5 Heart Transplants in One Weekend (CBS DFW)

Baylor Medical Center Dallas performed a record breaking five heart transplants over the weekend. The hospital typically performs 28-30 heart transplants annually. [...]

How Baylor Built One of the World's Largest Heart Transplant Programs (D Magazine)

The heart monitor in the third-floor hospital room sounds like a record skipping, its beep-beep-beeps filling the otherwise quiet intensive care unit. The brain-dead patient it is connected to has been suspended in time for hours, trapped in a loop that will ... [...]